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Paul M. Kaplan, Esq. - New Haven, CT

1948 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06515

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Updated: 05/10/2019

New Haven Real Estate Law Firm


Personal Attention You Deserve...

Whether your case concerns a home closing, a complex bankruptcy or litigation, personal contact with your attorney is essential.

While a larger firm has resources and capabilities tailored to large, corporate clients, those resources often demand higher fees, while providing little personal contact. For many individuals and small corporations, this lack of direct communication results in a low level of confidence and satisfaction...

About Paul M. Kaplan, Esq.

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate Law
  • Commercial Transactions
  • Personal Injury
  • Foreclosures
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Zoning
  • Tax Appeals
  • Wills




  • Corinne Tsakonas, Paralegal

Office Information


1948 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06515


  • (203) 389-8344

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